South of France Dinner at Pierre's; Father's Day at Mercadito

June 11, 2013 | Homepage


The patio at Pierre's

Pierre's Ventures South of France: Head south in the name of sumptuous cuisine for "A Taste of South of France and the Mediterranean" at Pierre's at Morada Bay on Wednesday, June 12. Chef Jouvens Jean has crafted an $85 per person, four-course dinner with wine pairings (think foie gras mousse and saffron bouillabaisse). The waterfront meal will begin at 7 p.m. with a welcome cocktail inside the Green Flash Lounge. 81600 Overseas Highway, Mile Marker 81.6, Bayside, 305-664-3225

Joey's Unlocks Its Wine Vault: Wynwood staple Joey's Italian Café is hosting three nights of epicurean indulgences with its "Cantina For Sale" series. Guests can enjoy chef Ivo Mazzon's four-course prix fixe ($28 per person) and then purchase an exclusive selection of 2005 to 2011 wines, priced from $32 to $120 per bottle. The series will run from Tuesday, June 18 to Thursday, June 20. 2506 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami, 304-438-0488

Pubbelly Restaurant Group Launches Summer Menus: Pubbelly and PB Steak kick off their carnivorous summer menus today (June 11). Available throughout August's Miami Spice program, the four-course, shareable dinner is $35 per person at Pubbelly and $39 per person at PB Steak.

Father's Day Fiesta at Mercadito: Midtown's Mercadito is serving a brunch just for pops on Sunday, June 16 (11 a.m.-4 p.m.), featuring four family-style courses overloaded with Mexican and barbecue specialties. The $35 per person feast will also flaunt a complimentary brunch cocktail and surprise gift for dad. 3252 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami, 786-369-0430

New Brunch Dishes at Harry's Pizzeria: Six new dishes are crossing the Sunday tablecloth at Harry's Pizzeria (11 a.m.-4 p.m.). Tuck into a crispy risotto cake, chicken sausage crespelle, and chocolate hazelnut panettone with candied orange zest. 3918 N Miami Ave., Miami, 786-275-4963

Cooper Avenue is Officially Done: Last year Miami Beach's Cooper Avenue was dramatically shut down just months after opening, alleging air conditioning and ventilation issues. Now Short Order is reporting that investors have purchased the space and will reopen it as a surf and turf inspired eatery. [Short Order]

BY LIANA LOZADA

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